Well, this week went fast. And yeah, I wussed out and didn’t do a blog post for Monday. I kind of feels bad, but not really. I will try to come up with something for this next Monday though. Maybe share some comments on a couple spam emails? Maybe I can find something more interesting. Oh, I did do a 20TweetTales, which you can check out here. But you’re not here for that, you’re hear for the stuff!
Anyway, on to the goodies.
Web Comic Highlight:
These two comics are amusing to me. While my kids are grown, the first is still frighteningly relevant. The second, well… That one’s for anyone who just likes to have a little alone time, but never seems to get it.
In which I share a much longer list of books that are on free promo from my publisher! Yay Free Stuff!
Addicted To Death by: Kerry Watts
And They Danced Under The Bridge by: John Bentley
Ashes to Ashes by: Joseph Mulak
Call of the Goddess by: Elizabeth N. Love
Halcyon Nights by: Jean Kilczer
Kiss of Life by: Brian L. Porter
Leather Apron by: Mike Covell
Only Twelve Days by: Eileen Thornton
The Howling Cliffs by: Mary Deal
The Keepers by: Dormaine G
The Knowledge of Love by: D.S. Williams
The Revealed by: Dormaine G
The Silver and the Green by: Mari Collier
Vampir by: John Reinhard Dizon
Wild Monsters Dance About by: M.J. Sewall
This is interesting and seems to hint at the idea of genetic memory. So far, this only indicates within the same person, but this is still an early study. I’ll be curious to read more on this as the research develops to see how much of DNAm has an effect on passed-on genetics. Kinda feels like this could be a little bit of a dystopic concept.
This is pretty amazing and awesome. These folks acknowledge that the issue of climate change is so crucial that they continued the work even after they were dismissed from their posts. I have to give them credit and cheer them on. The truth of science can’t be covered up forever.
Pew Pew… I see a future of point defense laser cannons, kind of the next-level Star Wars missile defense shield, if you will.
I mean… did nobody see the movie Gravity? Sure, it was Hollywood, but the threat of debris in space interacting is very real. To me, this is supper irresponsible and screams of someone trying to announce their presence in space.
Finding this week’s NerdArt was quick, there’s so much good stuff. Also, click through some of the links here, some of these are parts of fantastic series.